Baseball fans may stop by the Southeast Regional Little League Stadium to watch the semi-final game, but it's also a chance to snatch up a few souvenirs.
"The gift shop to me is the central hub of the tournament, everyone comes through here sooner or later," says volunteer Georgia Ritchie.
People come through to buy t-shirts, hats, and pins.
One of the popular pastimes at the shop is pin collecting. Ritchie has started her own extensive collection.
Joel Littlepage drove six hours to cheer his team on for Wednesday's game between Tennessee and North Carolina.
"Our whole team, we're the 11's and our 12's are playing and we all painted up," says Littlepage. Pointing to his chest that's covered in yellow and blue paint, he adds, "It all says Tennessee. And I'm the exclamation mark."
The gift shop is a place for people to buy souvenirs that will last a lifetime.
"It's amazing to me to see how much parents are willing to spend to make this a memorable experience for their children because this is a once in lifetime experience," says Ritchie.